Country music recording artist, former rodeo champion, and Louisiana gal Kylie Frey have announced she will be on America's Got Talent. Kylie Frey is from Opelousas, Louisiana, and has been recording and touring while living in Nashville for the past few years.

Kylie Frey is a third-generation rodeo girl and Louisiana state goat-tying champion who turned in her saddle for a microphone and guitar. Her chance paid off as Kylie has had several number-one hits on the Texas Regional Radio Report.

In fact, Kylie has had seven number ones on the charts with two of them including some big names in country music. She hit number one with Randy Rogers with the song Too Bad and another number one with Randy Houser called Horses For Heaven.

Mike Soileau and Kylie Frey
Mike Soileau and Kylie Frey (Photo by TSM)

Back in 2016, Kylie Frey visited our studios to celebrate the release of her song called The Chase. She talked with us on the air about the song and her new album. She also talked about her plans to head to Nashville to start her career after the rodeo. Kylie has come a long way since that release. Check out that song.

Kylie took to social media yesterday to announce or maybe just tease that she will be on America's Got Talent. Here is what she had to say on her Facebook page

Facebook Kylie Frey
Facebook Kylie Frey

No word on when the show will air or what episode she will be on. We can't wait to watch her on national TV and root for our Louisiana gal!

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